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As many of you may not know, although Brazil has been worldwide famous for Emmo, Piquet, Senna, over here we had a closed market for imports from 1976 to 1990. Can you guess some of the unique and prestigious cars from the era, usually owned by footballers, politicians or celebrities?

This roadster was made by Corona SA, can you guess its name?

  • Dardo
  • Farus
  • That's a Fiat X/19

This weird looking thing, was based on which car?

  • Ford Pampa
  • Volkswagen Beetle
  • Chevrolet Opala

Probably the most notorious car maker from this period, shared one of its engines with which manufacturer?

  • VW
  • Fiat
  • Ford

Can't get more 80's than that. This car was designed by...

  • Marcello Gandini
  • Giorgetto Giugiaro
  • Alejandro De Tomaso
  • Mário Richard Hofstetter

I can listen Giorgio Moroder coming out from the speakers. This car shared the name of a famous supercar.

  • (Lamborghini) Miura
  • (Lotus) Elise
  • (Toyota) Celica

Who made this Porsche-prized replica?

  • Envemo
  • CBP
  • Chamonix

Electric in the 1970's, who would have thought about that?

  • Sochiro Honda
  • João Amaral Gurgel
  • Henry Ford II

Now that's tuff stuff, a rugged automobile for the Transamazonian Highway and Dakar. Can you guess the owner?

  • Ford
  • Chevrolet
  • VW

Dacon built special vehicles using VW's base. One of the most unusual, was designed by who?

  • Luiz Veiga
  • Anísio Campos
  • Toni Bianco

Replicas used various parts from what was available in our market. Can you guess the tailights of the Grancar Futura?

  • VW Gol
  • Renault Space
  • Fiat Fiorino

The Lobini looked the part and had a VW's 1.8L 20v turbo, can you guess where it was tested during development?

  • UK
  • Germany
  • Italy

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